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chicago to john wayne airport in california. >> the 26-year-old male model was drunk. she says she had to fend him off after he tried to kiss her. >> he grabbed the top of my hair and pulled it back and says i want it kiss you. and i said, listen. you are out of control. get away and go sit down right now. >>> she says she was horrified by his behavior. >> he had three bottles of jack daniels and in a short amount of time with a can of beer. >> jeweler david trong helped tie the guy up. that's him among the group of concerned passengers. >> we had him down, restrained him with a belt. there was someone also on his arm because he would get loose. >> everyone started holding him down. he was kicking and screaming. >> he said i'm going to find all of you, kill you and your family. >> you can also see a flight attendant thanking trong for his help. >>> oh, my gosh. hurry up. >> passengers applauded when cops came on board and took the male model in to custody. >> please, everyone, take your seats. remain seated. >> the model was due in federal court thursday charged with interfering with a
's make a deal" theme playing ) >> wayne: who wants some cash? ( cheers and applause ) >> jonathan: it's a new bmw! ( cheers and applause ) it's a pair of new rolexes! ( cheers and applause ) >> wayne: a trip to los cabos! ( cheers and applause ) ( laughter ) >> you have got to come, it's the best! ( cheers and applause ) >> jonathan: it is time for "let's make a deal." now here's wayne brady! ( cheers and applause ) >> wayne: thank you, welcome to "let's make a deal," i'm wayne brady. these people came to deal so let's not keep them waiting. one person, let's make a deal right now. ( cheers and applause ) let's see. let's see. let's see. you, rig there. come here, you. let's go! hey, justine-- and what are you dressed as? >> i am cray-jay, i am my own superhero. >> wayne: cray-jay. >> cray-jay-- crazy jay. >> wayne: yes, i got that. so what are the powers of cray- jay. >> well, i can turn rocks if into gold but i also hypnotize people with my voice. >> wayne: let's see the-- the hypnotizing with the voice. >> i'll tell you a story about my morning. >> wayne: okay. >> it almost... >> w
! it is fabulous! jonathan: it's time for "let's make a deal." now here's tv's big dealer, wayne brady! wayne: bienvenidos caballeros to "let's make a deal." i'm your host wayne brady, how you doing today? you know what we do, right? we make deals. who wants to make a deal? four people, let's go! (cheers and applause) i think... okay, you, stay right there, you stay right there, you stay right there. you stay right there. everybody else sit down. everybody else sit down for me. all right, so i've got four prizes. so four people, so i'll start here with you. you are maysa? - yes, so nice to meet you. wayne: nice to meet you, maysa, a pleasure. - you have a nice suit. wayne: thank you so much. you too! - thank you, sir. wayne: so what's the injury that would mean that you have the dog collar on? - i've always wanted to wear one my whole life, and here i am! wayne: so we have a small box for you, the small box is yours. it could be good, could be bad, it could be great, could be a zonk. you go with the box, or pass on that and wait for the next deal to come back around. if you pass on the small
are being linked to the lingerie league. but here is what we know about the head ref. he is wayne elliot from austin, texas and his real job is selling real estate. one wrote if you care for your life, don't come to green bay. he replied: >>> deborah: for the record the nfl is upholding the refs decision that gave the seahawks the win. the white house says president obama was watching the game. he too thought there was a problem with the call. >>> speaking of the president, he is coming under fire for his latest trip to new york city. it may coincide with the meeting of the general u.n. assembly but rather than spend time with world leaders he is spending time on the view. >> it's the presidential tv appearance causing a firestorm. the president and first lady gave barbara walters a gift basket to mark her 83rd birthday and chatted and joked with the host of the view. >> we have white house m and m's and white house beer. >> what is the problem? well, critics say that instead of turning on the charm on the view, the president should have been meeting with world leaders gathered in new yo
♪ >> to the days of wayne and roses. ♪ the days of wine and roses ♪ >> to "love story." ♪ where do i begin to tell the story of how great a love can be ♪ >> andy williams leaves his second wife debby, three children, and more musical memories than anyone cab count. ♪ moon river and me >> deborah: he will be missed. >>> lady gaga is on a new mission, and's got nothing to do with her music. after unflattering comments and lots of comments about her weight. >> lady gaga is showing off her new heavier body with the bold message this is who i am, and i am proud at any size. her defiance comes after the publication of this now famous photo of gaga's 25-pound weight gain at a concert in amsterdam. many people thought it had been photo shopped, but it's the real thing. now the pop diva is posting photos of her fuller body wearing yellow lingerie. it's quite a change from her once trim bikini body that she put on display in her videos. the superstar wrote this caption. "bulimia and anorexia since i was 15." and she says despite her recent weight gain she feels comfortable in her own skin. "my weight lo
night to vote for your famous fashion hits and misses. take care, everybody. good night. wayne: who wants some cash? you got yourself a brand new car, baby! jonathan: a sapphire and diamond necklace. wayne: a trip to los cabos! (screaming) (shouting) jonathan: it's time for "let's make a deal"! now here's tv's big dealer, wayne brady! wayne: everybody, welcome back to "let's make a deal." and by back, i mean fourth season. fourth season! so to get things started off right now, who wants to make a deal with me? let's see, let's see, let's see, let's see, let's see. (cheers and applause) come here, cow girl. i think you're a cow girl. i couldn't really... hey. hey, nice pie plates. stand over here for me, sweetheart, because jonathan mangum is coming over here. ladies and gentlemen, you remember jonathan mangum. tv's own jonathan mangum. jonathan: thank you, mr. brady. wayne: welcome, brother. so, we have these gifts, jonathan and myself and the beautiful tiffany coyne. tiffany: hi! wayne: we can't give these gifts to each other, so we're going to give the gifts away to you. so we hav
a deal" theme playing ) >> wayne: who wants some cash? >> jonathan: it's a new bmw. it's a pair of new rolexes. >> wayne: a trip to los cabos! >> jonathan: it's time for "let's make a deal." now, here's wayne brady! >> wayne: welcome to "let's make a deal." i'm your host wayne brady. these folks are my traders. i need three people to make a deal with me right now. i need you to make a deal with me, right there. let's see, i need you to make a deal with me. i need to you make a deal with me. come on over here. three of you stand right there. hey, how are you? brian, stand right there for me, sir. now brian, are you a robot or an oven? which... >> i mean i could be either one. i guess robot for all intents and purposes. >> wayne: for all intents... hit us with your best robot. ♪ go, go, go! ( cheers and applause ) you are like a dancing gray boot. ( laughter ) that was awesome. that was awesome, brian, thanks for being here. you are? >> i'm molly? >> wayne: pleasure. and you are? >> kimberly. >> wayne: welcome to the show. now i need to you not block that board because i am going to ex
playing ) >> wayne: who wants some cash? ( cheers and applause ) >> jonathan: it's a new bmw! ( cheers and applause ) it's a pair of new rolexes! ( cheers and applause ) >> wayne: a trip to los cabos! ( laughter ) >> you've got to come. it's the best! >> jonathan: it's time for "let's make a deal." now here's wayne brady! ( cheers and applause ) >> wayne: welcome. i'm wayne brady. who wants to make a deal? let's see... you, come with me. got the first person. welcome to the show. hey, boxer, you are? >> heather. >> wayne: nice to meet you. show me your boxing form. yup, there you go. man, are you dangerous. wow. so you own... do you want to know what you own? >> yeah. >> wayne: you own this small box that jonathan mangum is holding. jonathan is an amateur pugilist himself. >> yeah? >> wayne: so you own this small box. you own curtain number one, and you own the big box on stage. those three things are yours. that sounds great, right? >> yeah. >> wayne: the thing is, you have to give two away. what is the first thing you would give away if you had to-- small box, big box, or curtain one
casone. welcome it "cashin' in". we have wayne rogers, jonathan, tracy burns, john, and joining us this week, sally cohen is with us. welcome. tracy, you say this talk of nations coming together to rescue europe is bad for taxpayers in this country. >> cheryl, this whole kumbaya stuff is expensive. we send money to the imf, they send it to europe. is anybody in europe paying attention to the austerity measures? no. everyone keeps saying he did it. no one takes any blame for anything anymore, including here at home. we keep bailing our own selves out. it has to stop or no one is going to fix anything. why should you when you just expect the check is coming in the mail. >> should we be bailing out europe, in fact, because what happens over there keeps killing our markets here. it's been nothing but problems for two years. >> the problem with europe started by greece, they lied about their debt, they never had that 3% level you're supposed to have to get in the e.u. so they don't have anything to go back to. and right now angela merkel is trying to bail out her own banks through this
spending. i am cheryl casone, welcome to cashin' in. >> we have wayne, and johnathon and lori . john, and joining us is emit. and welcome to all of you . lori, i want to start with you. they are planning to create cities that are private in honduras. this will save us money. >> the united states is going broke. we are watching one city after another going bankrupt and politicians not reigning in the spending . cities are losing funding from the state as well as the federal government. why in the bring in private enterprise. they have all of the carb and they can maintain levels of risk. gost is notorous for running business badly. >> what do you think. you think it is making them private. >> you am see a privatization waive in america. they are weighing in on the tol road and airports and turn into a private sector option. that's going to happen because of the budget. cities get 41 percent half of the revenue from the state. >> the state gets 36 percent from the government. the cities in san bernardino they are firing school crossing guards because they don't have the money. >> they
wealth is public and he can send it off to dead beat homeowners. who ever he sees fit. >> wayne, u.s. incomes fell as well. and really in the last couple. can we may be going in the wrong direction. >> and that is the fact that somehow it is written that the government has a right to coerce me and deliver it to some autoworker in ohio. if i want to make a donation. why don't i make it to this guy. why is the government appoint giving it to this person? it lessens competition. it is it an income conversation we had with you. if you are taking away money from the top tier earners they are not hiring new workers and they are staying stagnant. do you buy the argument at this point. >> no, incomes have been falling over a deckicate. we are talking about a deck cade long problem. the idea of distributing. and the direct spending that you dekraai amounts to a certain level of federal spending and tax expenditures that we forego by giving money to people who are wealth yecorporation and just because spending you don't see that on the balance sheet. >> christian is not not wrong. it is not
and as entrepreneur, wayne allyn root -- allyn root in his book, "the conscience of a libertarian". mr. root, if we start by giving us a quick bio of yourself so people know who's talking. >> guest: appgen automation or at life through at first joseph is based in vegas. i was thinking of vegas for skimming for 25 years before he ever got involved in politics. i guarantee i'm the only person of freedom fest with a star in las vegas. las vegas walk of stars of the people of the world. wayne newton and wayne root and franks are not shut shatt and liberace, interesting crowd. i did into politics at a guarantee of nearly las vegas huffaker to be a vice presidential nominee and a regular on fox news. american sherbet or fox i write for probably every major conservative website in the world. my commentary is read by 75 million people and i do about a thousand radio interviews he aired. so i get my political advice and insights and analysis out there every day of the week and my number one thing at this point is america desperately needs offshore. we've got to live sure barack obama. he's got to
is author and entrepreneur wayne allyn root ne here is his book the content of the libertarian the power in the citizen revolution with god, guns and gold and tax cuts to read mr. root, if you would start by giving a quick biography of yourself so people know who we are talking to to the estimate i can give you a biography very quick the first thing you need to know is this is based in las vegas, the media calls me the king of vegas gambling for 25 years before i got involved in politics. i guarantee i'm the only person that has a star on the sidewalk of las vegas, there's 50 people and the world. wayne newton and wayne root and frank sinatra. it's an interesting probably got into politics and i'm the only bus vegas maker to become a vice presidential nominee and regular on fox news. on the columnist and contributors at fox i write for probably every major conservative website in the world. my commentary is read by 75 million people and i do about a thousand radio interviews a year so i get my political advice and insight and analysis out there every day of the week and my numb
searchers" such a powerful film is the john wayne figure. the western hero by definition is a fairly obsessive type. clearly, in "the searchers," that type of character is pushed to absolute extremes, where it's not simply obsessive but virtually psychotic behavior. maybe you don't know my brad's been sitting up -- i'd be obliged if you'd come to the point, ma'am. it's just that i know that martha'd want you to take care of her boys as well as her girls. and if the girls are dead, don't let the boys waste their lives in vengeance. promise me, ethan! well, come on, if you're going with us. (thomas schatz) one thing that happens as we watch the film, that what we have learned to live with in terms of a character's psychology and set of behaviors, if pushed just a little ways, is pretty frightening. (henry sheehan) it becomes obvious as the film wears on that wayne does not want to rescue his niece, he wants to kill her. nope. our turnin' back don't mean nothin', not in the long run. if she's alive, she's safe. for a while. they'll keep her to raise as one of their own until -- till she
football playy a big roleefor the stinchcomb family, especially lisa's husband wayne. (lisa close)"we shows off wayne's old jerreys.... she slowll wayne's wife... to wayne's - widow. (lisa close)"he had aa ssall mole on his back his peft shoulder... "(voice over photoo"at the point wwere you aae stage four wiih the options or alot of oppions for treaament"(samantha)"i was 13 when he passed away...and it was graduating 8th grade and 3 it was a big deal and he wasn't there for it."((isa close)-pause- its horrible.. horrible disease and to see a strong man likeethat go down was an awwul expeeience." but ttats whht 'm oping with this avens campaign andd ttat.. it gets the wwrd out to people skin cancer is one oo the most curaale and treatable when it is caught early" ((aains as live tag)"melanoma is tte most common form of cancer in you adulls.. and statistiis show across the united statessone person dies &pevery hour frrm melanoma. aa raaens stadiim kc fox 45 news at five." the orioles finnsh up their four gamm homestand againstt the blue jays tonight.with the yankeee by wo
, to college or to keep your kid in a college, whether a community college or a wayne state university or any college in america -- wright state. but it also includes wayne state. >> you hear the crowd trying to correct him. he was at wright state which is in dayton, ohio. not wayne state which is in detroit. >>> coming up, the latest cbs news poll on the race for the white house. i'm terrell brown. this is the "cbs morning news". morning news". i'm bonnie, and this is my cvs. i don't have time for the flu. that's why i'm knocking things off my to-do list. vitamin d, done! hand sanitizer, done! hey, eric! i'm here for my flu shot. sorry, didn't make an appointment. well, you don't need one. whether it's flu shots or prescriptions, we continue to accept express scripts and medco plans. i'm bonnie, and this is my cvs. mmmm, just how satisfying of new light & fit greek? morning donut cookies chips, chips,...! silence those tempting thoughts with new light & fit greek. its creamy thick texture helps satisfy you. it has twice the protein of regular lowfat yogurt. and at 80 calories it's the lighte
to get holding, i think, on wayne hunter over here. >> referee: holding, offense 72, declined, second half. >> chris: wayne hunter and declined because of the sack. it will be second and long for bradford. >> tim: there's wayne hunter here. on rob jackson. he's got his arm across his chest plate which means the front of his shoulder pads are restricting him from getting to the quarterback and still no steven jackson. >> chris: he's okay. the ram bench saying physically he's okay but he has not been in the game since the unsportsman leek call that pushed themack away from the goal line. the pass is complete. it will be third down. washington, by the way, two sacks today, compared to seven last year in this game when they got to bradford. >> tim: what kind of message is jeff fisher sending the rest of his team when he sets down the best member on the team for a discipline issue? >> chris: we pointed out they're the youngest team. the average age 25. steven jackson, never been on a winning team. that call is for flag protection to the left. bradford has time, throws, and completes. danny
who thinks that he can beetle. >> wayne powell running for congress. >> wayne, you're my kind of republican. >> i'm a democrat. [ male announcer ] the inventors of twix had a falling out, so the production of twix was divided between two separate factories. left twix factory cascades caramel and chocolate onto cookie, while right twix factory flows caramel and chocolate onto cookie. today they share nothing but a wrapper and a driveway. try both and pick a side. [ train whistle blows ] [ ball hitting paddle ] [ orbit girl ] don't let food hang around. yeah! [ orbit trumpet ] clean it up with orbit! [ orbit glint ] fabulous! for a good clean feeling. try new orbit micro packs. [ ♪ theme music ♪ ] >> cenk: eric canter is in a powerful position, and comes from a conservative direct in virginia. he obviously cannot be beaten in this election--or can he. wayne powell thinks he can take him down. >> hi, wayne powell, running for congress. i'll stop that runaway spending that is driving our debt, fight big corporations that are sending jo
. >> and there is this happening because this is the one-year anniversary of the beginning of the occupy movement. wayne freedman is covering that part of the story in san francisco, a case study in birthdays and days of observeance. from the large march up market street... to this demonstration, reminders while the movement has lane dormant, it's not done, especially today. >> this is who is affected. >> protestors painted banks as predators and in a case of this 92-year-old. >> they are going foreclogs on his home in november. >> foreclose on this san francisco home he bought in 1972, paid for once, and then, refinanced for half a million to bring it up to code. >> and there is some is 80 years old and you make a 30 year loan with them with an adjustable rate on a senior? is that not predatory? >> there is a loan he signed, then duetch bank then sold, which he says he doesn't understand the terms. >> i think don't think i should be treated different. i think everyone should be treated fair. do you know what i mean? >> if it can happen to him, it can happen to any of us. >> just because i'm old, i'm not the onl
be doing is wayne slater. wayne is a seen i don't know political writer for the dallas morning news and theco author of two very famous made george w. bush presidential," and "the architect: karl rove and the dream of absolute power." wayne is coming to tell us what is inside karl rove's brain. thank you for joining us inside "the war room." >> great to be with you, governor. >> great to have you back. after all we have seen and after all of these polls, it is over for romney? >> yeah, if we were playing texas hold'em, i think i would rather have president obama's hand than mitt romney's hand. but you can always draw something at the river and win in the end. any democrat who thinks the relative success of the obama campaign from the failures of the romney campaign means he is doomed is living in a fantasy land. >> i appreciate what you are saying. i think a lot of people look at this and say it's over. you know more than anybody about karl rove, do you think that rove or the republicans in general have an october surprise up their sleeves? >> here is what we
with a solution. wayne freedman joins with us the story. >> there is a new twist on taking back our streets. there is where residents have been upset about prostitute. they posted blurred pictures of suspected johns now there is a new weapon. there are signs read international boulevard. in homeland that translates to home of the oldest profession. >> and what i haven't seen. >> renaldo says he's had enough. residents persuaded stit to close two motels where prostitution activities now a third step if local seize someone in the car propositioning a prostitute write down the license and inform police who who will write a letter to register owner. this neighborhood activist. >> we're not making accusations it says that it was reported that the vehicle was in an area that is known for prostitution and just let the owner know it's not safe to do this or acceptable. >> there is imagine explaining that leter to a spouse. too bad says one mother. >> they're going to be surprised and dweel a letter. >> and now, you're looking at a live picture, this is national lodge and despite this fence that sur
on a second look, when the new span of the bay bridge is done, what happens to the old one? ken wayne will answer that question. and a bit later talking to a legendary iron worker who helped build the bay, golden bay and cartenas bridges. i thought of something else we need fwhat's that? it's a 200 watts per channel dynamically balanced surround sound wireless baby monitor... >>> drivers on the bay bridge have been watching their tax dollars at work for the last few years as caltrans building a new span. but what will happen to the old one? we went searching for that question, ken wayne has the story. >> reporter: this is how bridges are taken down in some parts of the country, but not in the bay area. >> it would be fun to watch but that's not going to happen. >> reporter: instead of a quick book and clean it expect a three yearlong project. the demolition will be similar to what happened to the old section of the cardena bridge. all of it aimed at having as little impact on the bay as possible. >> 75 years of lead paint on that steel. so we can't just blow it up and have it fall in
's kristen dahlgren. >> reporter: when wayne and tara got married, they knew they would be close. but when wayne moved into her 280 square feet studio, they took shared space to a whole new level. >> it's like living in a hotel room. >> this is their bedroom, living room, kitchen, closet, all carefully laid out. it has to be. >> it's a puzzle. we were able to pare down and we kind of rotate clothes. winter clothes we'll put down in storage when it's more warmer here. >> down the street developer patrick kennedy is putting in a building with 23 microapartments, 300 square feet each. >> so this is the anti-mcmahon shown. >> reporter: just how big is 300 square feet? about the same as a full-size parking spot. and san francisco may soon go even smaller. the city is considering shrinking the minimum size to just 220 square feet, about the size of a small rv. opponents worry about overcrowding, but the trend is spreading. in new york the mayor is holding a design contest to encourage more microunits there. >> there is clearly a changing demographic and need for a different kind of housing model
away. >> director wayne wang is the man in charge of bringing this popular story, based on the novel, to the screen. what do you think the most important lesson anyone would get out of this film? >> it's about separation, it's about, you know, being isolated from other people and being able to find a way to kind of reconnect with people. >> there's lots of waiting around on a movie set -- not always easy for kids. between takes or shooting, the kids in the movie learn to keep themselves from getting too bored. >> both: fuzzy wuzzy was a bear. fuzzy wuzzy had no hair. ♪ ba-da-da >> kids and dogs are a tough combination on a film set, and this movie has both. how does a director make it all work? >> the interesting thing about working with kids and dogs is that i've realized that you have sort of somewhat control but no real control. you have to kind of accept it or use it. >> the kids are thinking, "i got to get the job done, but i also" -- you know, "there's all this other stuff going on like life." so kids, because of their better perspective, tend sometimes to be a little distrac
a detailed look at the forecast coming up in a few minutes. >>> we knew him as big orange, wayne stitch couple. he was getting out of bed when his wife noticed a weird mold. three years later the leave of the party was done. she's not going to walk out will alone. >> very emotional, very emotional. he's always with us. >> wayne's world never wandered out of the zip or too far away from the carney tower. >> in our mind it was skin cancer. you cut it off and you're done. we didn't realize how bad melanoma was. >> he didn't count on dying of melanoma at the age of 45. >> always with me. i have a tattoo of him on my shoulder. one of list most famous things, it just means so much to me because i know right now if he was here even through everything he was going through, he would tell us remain calm. all is well. >> he's always the life of the party. he is so strong. like you would have never known that he was going through anything at all. >> reporter: he has a ravens fan club up in heaven. >> i miss him every day. not a day goes by where i don't think about him but he's in my heart and i se
this season. wayne freedman is live tonight. wayne? >> we're about an hour before kickoff. if you're here at the game you know whaits like. this is half football crowd, half costume party. a lot of mean-looking people when aren't that mean when you get to know them them twoobt stay safe. there have been changes this year before football games. >> if aliens landed on nerj a marking -- parking lot, they might turn, or surrender. raiders fans can look frightening. that is a helmet carved out of a gourd. like everyone else he had to pass through a metal detector. >> this is every team, every stadium and every game. every guest throughout the nfl. >> no fans, this is not just about you. >> this way i feel it's like going through an airport. >> it's going to be overkill. and people are losing their license autos overkil with overindulgence. >> this is one of a kind. >> the owner of the most tricked out raider tribute truck does everything. you can get up so we can roll. >> got to have ladies. >> yes in including a picture of his wife on the door, naif been married 25 years, here she is in three
the san diego chargers. big changes coming to the coliseum this season. wayne has the story from oakland. >> invading alien landed on earth in the parking lot before an oakland raider game they might take one look, turn tail or else surrender medley. yes raider fans can look that frightening. >> silver helmet on the head is carved out of a gored and fortunate because like everyone else attending the game had he to pass through a metal detector. new nfl league wide policy. >> every time every stadium every game every guest. >>reporter: this is not just about you raider fans. >> the way i feel in about it yes i kind of feel like going through an airport. >>reporter: do they need it. >> yes they do it has to be over kill because too much going on people are lasting their lives over. we didn't have that in the past like this. >>reporter: but now we do apparently. over kill paired with over indulgence and sometimes in a good way. >> one of a kind. >>reporter: pete owner of the most tricked out raider tribute truck we found today. it does everything. >> down. up. to roll. you thoug
in a college, whether a community college or a wayne state university or any college in america. wright state. but wayne -- it also includes wayne state. >> and the republican candidate for haven't, paul ryan, is running new ads on wisconsin. >> this is our chance to restore real faith and real opportunity in america. >> and speaking of that, national democrats will spend $320,000 to try to elect a democratic senator in connecticut. health and human services secretary kathleen a besebelius in trouble for mixing politics in to her job. she plugged president obama during a speech in north carolina. she reclassified her trip as political and paid back the government for her travel. in a will wrap up this hour of jansing and company. thomas roberts is up next. >>> good morning, everybody. the agenda next hour, breaking news as the white house confirms the identity of another american killed in the 9/11 attack on our libyan kons laconsulate. hillary clinton condemning the violence. yemen considered a hot bed of terrorist at different. al activity. and pennsylvania's top court takes up its voter i.
talking with wayne allyn root. "the conscience of a libertarian" as the name of the book. >> and booktv is on location in las vegas at the annual freedom fest conference and we are interviewing several authors here and were pleased to be joined now by the vice presidential nominee for the libertarian party for vice president for vice president of the united states, judge james gray, who is also an author and his book is called "why our drug laws have failed and what we can do about it." judge gray, if we could does start with your background. tell us your background. >> guest: sure, i was at ucla, go bruins, not sort of thing. and i was in the peace corps two years in costa rica. and on the vice presidential nominee for the party. i'm the first peace corps volunteer to be elected to national office and that's kind of pleasing. after that i went to usc law school, was being drafted so i joined the naval rotc and was a navy attorney, jack attorney for four years. that's why it was being drafted within a week from getting back from the peace corps and the state may notice for a physical. j
in washington, d.c., with strong wayne -- strong rain. northern virginia and d.c. was also hit hard. fairfax county says a tornado touched down around 4:00. nearly 150,000 customers lost power. more than 1000 people were enjoying a concert at the jazz festival when they were told to get out. vendors frantically tried to pack up and find shelter. >> next thing you know, it just hit. they told uso pack up. next thing we knew -- >> tables were flying. shares, merchandize, people running. >> one person was injured when a stage at the festival collapsed. what the difference a day makes. john collins joins us now. you could not be more different. >> we dodged a bullet. today, everyone in the mid- atlantic region is enjoying nearly perfect conditions. a few clouds in the sky this afternoon. it makes this guy look more interesting. right now, but the mix of clouds and sun that we will call part of plea cloudy. -- partly cloudly. dew point is low. humidity is down and a north, northwest breeze. the green shades show the cooler air filtering in through the mid-atlantic region and northeast of the grea
hits. that title now goes to rapper lil' wayne. lil' wayne -- >> you keep saying little. it's lil' wayne. >> i'm not all that hip. not as hip as you. >> it's lil' wayne. >> okay. thanks. >> not little. not little. >> how do you say it? >> l-i-l. >> wolf blitzer, rap expert. this is actually the latest in a long type of hipster moves by sir blitz-a-lot. need i remind you he danced on stage at the "soul train" awards. lest you think that was an anomaly, check out b. diddy keeping it real on "ellen." ♪ >> shorty got low indeed. you see, he had a long history of being hip. he does. i think he bumped it up a notch recently with theew glasses although as i said on the "ridiculist" a couple weeks ago when he debuted the new look, i think maybe gray-z was taking a page from the nothing's cooler than ac playbook. there's just, i don't know, let me put my glasses on. there's just something -- oh, you know what? i think i know what it is. it would seem that mr. wolf blitzer got himself some new glasses. i wonder where he could have possibly gotten that idea. now, i don't want to accuse wol
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